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Table 1 Standardised mortality ratios (SMRs) by province, district and municipality in 1999–2016, and 95% confidence intervals, global and by sex. Only those with statistically significant lower of higher-than-expected SMRs after indirect standardisation are shown

From: Tetralogy of Fallot in Spain: a nationwide registry-based mortality study across 36 years

Risk Location Province District Municipalityb Both sexes Male Female
Low risk C Madrid    0.63 (0.43–0.89) 0.49 (0.27–0.75)  
  C Madrid Sur Occidental   0 (0.00–0.59) 0 (0.00–0.99)  
  C Madrid Area Metropolitana    0.52 (0.26–0.93)  
  C Madrid Madrid Horcajuelo de la Sierra   0.31 (0.10–0.74)  
High risk SWa Las Palmas    1.80 (1.05–2.89)   
  SWa Las Palmas Gran Canaria   1.92 (1.05–3.22)   
  SW Seville Sierra Sur   5.09 (1.02–14.86)   
  SE Murcia Suroeste   2.88 (1.05–6.27)   
  SE Murcia Campo de Cartagena     3.90 (1.26–9.11)
  NE Barcelona Osona Gurb 2.79 (1.02–6.07)   4.65 (1.25–11.90)
  N Vizcaya Vizcaya Arrankudiaga 2.84 (1.22–5.59) 3.61 (1.32–7.87)  
  SE Murcia Suroeste Aledo 3.03 (1.01–6.59)   5.10 (1.37–13.05)
  SW Cadiz La Janda Barbate 3.85 (1.04–9.87)   
  C Madrid Campiña Loeches 9.44 (1.06–34.07)   23.71 (2.66–85.60)
  E Castellon Llanos Centrales Benasal   10.23 (1.15–36.92)  
  N Palencia Campos Villovieco   10.41 (1.17–37.58)  
  SWa Las Palmas Fuerteventura Oliva (La) 11.06 (1.30–41.88)   
  E Valencia Sagunto Segart   13.97 (1.57–50.44)  
  NE Barcelona Osona Tona 14.98 (1.68–54.08)   
  1. aIsland territories (Canary and Balearic Islands)
  2. C = Centre; E = east; N = north; NE = north-east; NW = north-west; S = south; SE = south-east; SW = south-west; W = west
  3. bSmall significant municipalities are not displayed because of the numerical instability (population < 5000 inhabitants and SMR > 20)